Princess Nagsalot & I went out for a rare movie night yesterday evening, to see Obama's America: 2016. We thought it hit the Corruptocrat-In-Chief square between the eyes.
I don't remember ever going to a documentary in the theatres before, but this was worth it...even the $9 a pop cover charge. We went to a 10-plex theatre, and I believe the empty parking lot (relatively so, maybe 20 cars total) was as much testament to the damage Obama's economic policies have done to how Americans spend their disposable income, as anything in the film.
The theatre showing the film was empty when we went in, five minutes before showtime, and only one other couple sat for this Saturday night at 9:10 showing. It was nice to have a semi-private showing, but I was sad (and told the other couple so, afterward) that the place wasn't packed.
I think everyone should see this film before going into the voting both this November. Because, as the filmmakers say, "...like him or not, do you really know him?"
There isn't any ranting between opposing parties (ala FoxNews, et al), but just methodical historical & cultural analysis by a scholar whose background is remarkably similar to Obama's.
At the end of the film, the producers paint a rather bleak picture of a "post-Obama" America, should he win a 2nd term. I defy anyone to find holes in his logic.
Consider this point: After Ahmadinijad's Iranian election, Iranian citizens revolted, thinking they had a sympathetic figure in the White House. They were wrong. America did not come back them up, as they'd hoped. By contrast, witness all the violent protests currently occurring in the Middle East and North Africa. The difference for those folks?
They DO have a sympathetic ear in Washington. And Dinesh D'Souza tells you why.
Gather your friends and family, and go see this film.